How can I promote my flu shot?
How can I promote my flu shot?
Use promotional posters/flyers to advertise locations in the community that offer seasonal flu vaccinations. Display posters about flu vaccination in break rooms, cafeterias, and other high-traffic areas. Post articles in company communications (i.e., newsletters, intranet, emails, portals, etc.)
What questions do you ask before giving a flu shot?
If a question is not clear, please ask your healthcare provider to explain it.
- Is the person to be vaccinated sick today?
- Does the person to be vaccinated have an allergy to eggs or to a component of the vaccine?
- Has the person to be vaccinated ever had a serious reaction to influenza vaccine in the past?
Why do healthcare workers decline influenza vaccine?
Multiple studies have been conducted worldwide to examine the reasons why HWCs decline the influenza vaccination. Reasons include concerns about adverse reactions, perceived lack of susceptibility, and alleged lack of vaccine effectiveness [4, 5, 10,11,12,13,14].
What is flu vaccine benefits?
Flu vaccination can reduce the risk of flu-associated hospitalization. Flu vaccination prevents tens of thousands of hospitalizations each year. For example, during 2019-2020 flu vaccination prevented an estimated 105,000 flu-related hospitalizations.
How can I promote my vaccinations?
Promote vaccination site information, pop-up vaccination events, and mobile vaccination locations on your social media channels to encourage people to get vaccinated….Communicate clearly and often.
- How to get vaccinated.
- Who can get vaccinated.
- Vaccine safety.
- Vaccination data.
How do you encourage vaccines?
When you mask, distance, and get vaccinated, you help others see it as a normal choice their friends and family are making. Posting about your vaccination experience on social media is a convenient way to let family and friends know that you are vaccinated and enjoying the benefits of having done so.
What are contraindications to flu vaccine?
Contraindications: Outside the age range (age range is 2-50 years) Severe allergy to any component of LAIV. Severe allergy to ANY previous influenza vaccine.
Who should not get live flu vaccine?
Some people should not get the nasal spray flu vaccine: Children younger than 2 years old. Adults 50 years and older. People with a history of severe allergic reaction to any ingredient of the vaccine or to a previous dose of any flu vaccine.
Is influenza vaccine mandatory?
Parents should look at getting their children vaccinated every year with the latest available flu vaccine, recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The influenza viruses mutate frequently and so annual vaccination is recommended to help protect high-risk groups against influenza.
What are the disadvantages of the flu shot?
You may also experience some of the following side effects after getting the flu shot:
- muscle aches.
What to say to someone who doesn’t want to get the Covid vaccine?
Acknowledge their concern and be empathetic. Ask if they’re willing to talk about their hesitancy and any ways in which you could help. If they’re worried about the vaccine’s safety, help them understand the facts. “There’s a lot of misinformation floating around about the vaccines,” Day said.